posted by Delia .
Read the following passage from the Odyssey:
Tell me, where was it, now, you left your ship—
around the point, or down the shore, I wonder?’
He thought he’d find out, but I saw through this,
and answered with ready lie:
Poseidon Lord, who sets the earth a-tremble,
broke it up on the rocks at your land’s end.
A wind from seaward served him, drove us there.
We are survivors, these good men and I.’
From this passage, the reader is most likely to determine that
A)Odysseus is not easily fooled.
B)The men will escape from the Cyclops’ cave. *******THIS ONE*******
C)The Cyclops is not very intelligent.
D)The Cyclops plans to keep the men as his prisoners.
There is no mention of the Cyclops.